Catch the amazing Femi Kuti and a range of others at this huge expo festival.
Australasian World Music Expo (AWME)
There are six main venues holding events from this festival:
The Arts Centre (Fairfax Studio, BlackBox, Amcor Lounge)
100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
125 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Melbourne Recital Centre
Cnr Southbank Boulevard & Sturt Street, Southbank, Melbourne
The Night Owl
33 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
BMW Edge, Federation Square
Cnr Swanston & Flinders Street, Melbourne
Beckett Theatre, CUB Malthouse
113 Sturt Street, Southbank
November 18 – 21 2010.
Afro Habesha, Afro Mandinko, Bella Kalolo (New Zealand), Black Jesus Experience, Blak Roots, Busby Marou, Celenod (New Caledonia), The Cumbia Cosmonauts, Dan Sultan, Diafrix, Electric Wire Hustle (New Zealand), Femi Kuti & The Positive Force, Frank Yamma, Graveyard Train, Groundation (USA), Katie Noonan & the Captains, Kavisha Mazzella, King Kadu, King Kapisi (Samoa/New Zealand), Kundalila, Maisey Rika (New Zealand), Mama Kin, Mista Savona, Mr Percival, Nathalie Natiembe (La Réunion/France), Neil Murray, Ngaiire (PNG/Australia), Nga Tae (New Zealand), Stone Love (Jamaica), Street Warriors, That 1 Guy (USA), The Bombay Royale, The Raah Project, The Woohoo Revue, Tijuana Cartel, WAI (New Zealand), Yien (South Korea).
WHY YOU SHOULD GO
The AWME showcases a huge range of Indigenous, roots and world music, and unites musicians, industry representatives and festival audiences from around Australia and the world. This unique event offers a chance to observe some of the world’s best and inventive culture on an internationally recognised stage. Plus some of these acts are really incredible. Don’t miss out on catching a show.
Tickets are available from the different venues for the different shows.